Michigan’s Devin Gardner and Jeremy Gallon sing together (Video)

January 1,2013; Tampa, FL, USA; Michigan Wolverines wide receiver Jeremy Gallon (10) is congratulated by quarterback Devin Gardner (12) after he scored a touchdown against the South Carolina Gamecocks during the second half of the 2013 Outback Bowl at Raymond James Stadium. South Carolina won 33-28. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Devin Gardner and Jeremy Gallon of Michigan are all about entertainment. Generally it’s all about getting it done on the football field, but on the Big Ten Network Wednesday, they wowed us with a fun fact you may not know about. They sing, a lot.

Gallon himself admitted that at a young age he started singing because of his size “I had to be heard from somebody. I was so small nobody could see me so I had to be heard”. Gallon also said he laughs during the entire football game, most times at the defense when the Wolverines are getting him the ball.

Gardner spilled the beans on Gallon initially, stating that he is always laughing at his opponent after a score. For Gardner’s part, he also stated that he’s not one to mock the opponents, but to “praise God and just get back to the sidelines”.

The two then go on to sing for us. Their musicality wouldn’t place these best friends at the Oscars, but it sure was fun(ny) to listen to. The two also delve into their role of honoring former Wolverines with their numbers.

[source: SI.com]

Topics: Devin Gardner, Football, Jeremy Gallon, Michigan Wolverines

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  • John Ewing

    Nice Interview. Love the way Gardner finished it: Go Blue.

    I hope he’s not afraid to take risks. We can afford the interception risk better than we can afford to underuse his talent and energy. MSU’s defense is going to be tough this week. I don’t buy the be careful strategy…I hope he’s aggressive all Saturday long.

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